Steven Zuckerman, PhD, LMFT supervises the CCFH Fellows in Families, Illness, and Collaborative Healthcare at their Ravenswood practice site. He has taught Family Medicine Residents for the past twenty years, and is currently the Behavioral Science Coordinator at the Advocate Family Practice Residency at Illinois Masonic Medical Center. Dr. Zuckerman holds an appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in Family Practice and is a Clinical Instructor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He earned his doctorate in Anthropology at the University of Chicago after studying culture change in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. His path twisted a bit after that to work at an inpatient psychoanalytic unit, and finally culminated at the Family Institute at Northwestern University where he trained as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
In addition to academic and clinical work at Illinois Masonic, Dr. Zuckerman has a private practice at offices in Chicago and Evanston. He specializes in individual and couples work, as well as issues around illness or culture. When not working, Dr. Zuckerman enjoys reading, bicycling and fly-fishing. He is married, and has two children in the throes of adolescence and early adulthood.
Private Practice Locations: Chicago Loop and Evanston
Expertise & Specializations: Individual and couples therapy, issues around illness or culture